Colombian by birth and a nomad by default, Andrea graduated with a BA in Art History with a minor in Fine Arts from Pace University, NYC in 2010. Ever since she has worked in sales, as artist liaison, and researcher for Acquavella Galleries (New York), LABOR (Mexico City), Galerie Gmurzynska (Zürich) and Blain Southern (London). After she finished her MA in Art Business in Sotheby’s, London she moved back to Mexico City where she became Head of International Development for the Tamayo Museum and successfully founded the International Council, the first organ of its kind in any museum in Latin America, created with the objective of purchasing works for the permanent collections of the museum. Simultaneously she organized and produced the exhibition Atopía from the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection (TBA21), Vienna in the Museum of Modern Art Bogotá (MamBO) in 2016.
After leaving the Tamayo she co-founded Salón La Milagrosa, a immersive, nomadic salon of contemporary art that supports the abundance of emerging artistic talent that Latin America has to offer, and produced Sean Scully's exhibition of monumental sculptures and paintings in Luis Barragan's iconic Cuadra de San Cristobal in February 2018. She's an avid writer and blogger, passionate about the art market and its history and travel. You can read her articles , contributions to publications such as Art Asia Pacific and her quirky art guides on her blog, The Bird in Space, which she founded in 2012.